All animals deserve to live their best life
while being healthy and loved.


In accordance with public health policies, Doney Coe Pet Clinic has changed to appointments only. Upcoming clinics will be held at locations that allow for social distancing and implementation of the protocols advised by WSVMA.

During this time, clients will be separated from their pets while they are being diagnosed and treated by the veterinarian professionals at Clinic. Communication between client and practitioner will be by telephone or conversations outdoors with distancing. Facial coverings are required at all times, whether outside or inside.

Clinic days: 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month.

Location: You will be notified of location once your appointment is confirmed.

Contact: Please email info@doneycoe.org for a request for an appointment.

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MORE THAN 100 PETS TREATED EVERY MONTH

100% VOLUNTEER RUN = 100% OF YOUR DONATION HELPS PETS IN NEED

SERVING PEOPLE AND PETS SINCE 1986

Doney Coe Pet Clinic volunteer treating cat

SERVING PETS IN NEED

Supporting the unconditional love between a human and their pet.

Doney Coe Pet Clinic offers veterinary services and wellness care to the pets of qualifying low income and homeless families in Seattle, Washington.

Why? Because every animal matters.

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“Without this clinic there’s no way I could’ve … had him. That’s why I’m getting emotional right now, because I can’t take as good care of him as he deserves.” 

~ Stan

WHAT WE DO BEST

When vets, medicines, and food is scarce, Doney Coe is here to help.

Since 1986 the clinic has helped make life better for the people and the animals they love and depend on for companionship.

When an animal is critically injured or ill, the clinic has veterinary partners that provide emergency and critical care that is funded by donations made to the clinic by generous individuals.

Thousands of pets have been able to get treatment for common conditions, be vaccinated against preventable diseases, and be provided with flea prevention and basic grooming services at Doney Coe Pet Clinic.

Fifty to seventy-five pets are treated at each clinic every month with many more accessing the Food and Supplies Bank.

Doney Coe Pet Clinic client and his dog